D’Stassi Art is thrilled to announce a new store-front gallery in the heart of Shoreditch.


The expansion comes three years after opening our first gallery and will see D’Stassi take over the corner of Hoxton and Drysdale Street. The location centres the gallery in a hotbed of creativity - surrounded by artists' studios and amongst  London’s best street art. The expansion sees D’Stassi grow to over 4000 square feet between our galleries, office space and art storage facilities.


The new space will focus on exhibiting artworks from our full roster of artists and will see a regular curation of new and exciting artworks on display. The new gallery space will also house a cafe, offering the best in artisanal coffee and refreshments. It is a space designed to bring together art lovers with our gallery staff to connect them with our favourite artists and culture.


D’Stassi will inaugurate the new gallery in the Winter of 2023 with the continued exhibition of Trevor Andrew's artworks as well as a brand-new print. This will be alongside the launch of a freshly designed line of D’Stassi Art merch and ephemera. The new space will program a wide selection of events designed to bring the London art community together including but not limited to print launches and collectors’ evenings.

Updates from our roster.

Angel ‘LA II’ Ortiz

Angel ‘LA II’ Ortiz collaborated with massive UK Street Art sensation Mr.Doodle in New York early in October. The pair created a huge mural at ModernHaus Soho for their first-ever collaboration, before heading over to 425 W Broadway for a pop-up exhibition. The mural features many of Angel’s notable characters including MoneyBags and SprayCan.

Angel will appear in a monumental exhibition next month in Rome - stay tuned for more information!


Adam Handler

Adam Handler’s solo exhibition ‘Girl and The Ghost’ opened at Gallery JJ in Seoul on October 6th. The show unveiled his Monochromatic Colorband series, featured alongside his familiar Ghost and Girl characters.

In addition to his solo exhibition, Adam’s work is part of the group exhibition ‘Thread the Needle’ at Verduyn Gallery, Belgium. The show opened on October 21st and will run until December 3rd.  The exhibition weaves together the diverse interpretations of a seemingly simple yet profoundly versatile phrase through the artworks of the 6 artists in the show.

Adam’s artworks were also featured at the Gallery Afternoon booth at the Art Taipei International Art Fair.



To coincide with the 20/21 auction season in London this October, Christie’s collaborated with Lakwena Maciver to present the first artist’s takeover of the historic headquarters in St James’s. Lakwena Maciver has responded to ‘This Is London. Everchanging. Forever Captivating.’ to create an immersive viewer experience both internally and externally.


Bob Gruen

Bob Gruen has been exhibiting photography works in Germany during October. The first of the two exhibitions was held at the Weltkunstzimmer in Düsseldorf and was curated by friend of the gallery, Stephen Colegrave. Whilst exhibiting there, Bob attended a book reading to close out the show. The second exhibition opened on October 26th at the Limelight Gallery in Frankfurt. Titled ‘The Art of Rock and Roll’, the exhibition brings together seven photographers who captured the best moments in music history.


Art Market News



Frieze opened for its 20th edition this October and continues its legacy of being the epicentre of the European Art Market. Over 200 exhibitors were featured in the fair, with 28 having shown consecutively for the show's history. Frieze proved the art market's faith in collecting recognisable names, with a Louise Bourgeois sculpture fetching $ 3 million and paintings by Tracey Emin and Robert Rauschenberg fetching £ 1.2 million and $1.35 million respectively. A collection of 12 Damien Hirst paintings offered by the Gagosian Gallery solo out on the first day of the fair.



Christie’s saw a set of major evening sales on Friday 13th October during the weekend of Frieze. The night consisted of two sales - starting with their 20th and 21st century sale which brought in £44.6 million. The highest lot from the sale was Jean Michel Basquiat’s ‘Future Sciences Versus the Man’ which hammered down at £10.4 million. The second sale of the night came from the collection of Sam Josefowitz and fetched £ 42.3 million, exceeding the presale estimate by £3 million. Combined the two sales brought in £96.5 million and had a sell-through rate of 85%.


Spotlight Artwork

Homer Doughnut by Anthony Rondinone


‘Homer Doughnut’ is a vivid and surrealistic artwork by Anthony Rondinone. The work features Homer Simpson seemingly melting as he holds up a bright pink doughnut out in front of him. The subject is distorted and appears almost pained from the temptation in his hand.

For more information on this work please contact